As in any journey, without solid information or data, we are really just guessing about how to get where we want to go. Unfortunately, that is how most of us approach our diet and nutrition.
“What Am I Missing? “
All too often, we get our information about what to eat or what supplements to take from all the wrong sources; friends, family, co-workers, TV, the internet, etc. It’s not always bad information or misinformation. Whether or not those recommendations are correct for you, at this time, with your current biochemical status, is the most important thing that usually never gets assessed.
“My Doctor Said . . .”
With all due respect, I would like to address the topic of doctors making dietary recommendations.
Over the last several years, the climate of the western medical world has changed for the better. Many traditionally trained MDs are now recognizing the critical role diet and nutrition play in the health of their patients, but it hasn’t always been that way. Even to this day, to become a licensed MD, it requires absolutely NO TRAINING in diet and nutrition. Amazing isn’t it? But it’s true.
- Western medicine and traditionally trained doctors have an extremely valuable place in our world today. I were to be in a car accident and my leg was broken, my arm was torn off, I was unconscious, and there was a gaping hole in my head, I hope they don’t take me to a nutritionist!
But conversely, most doctors don’t take the time to understand how foods get broken down into individual nutrients, in specific shapes and sizes, absorbed into the blood and lymph, and used properly by our bodies at the cellular level. That is what a nutritionist does. And more and more often these days, MDs in the know, are referring their patients to nutritionists for this kind of direction.
“How Can I Help You?”
I have put together a few different ways I can help you get a picture of your nutritional status. I use three different nutritional tools to do that. With the information that I can get with those tools, I can go into great detail about what is going on “in there” and help you move toward a gout free like. Click the link below to get the details of what those tools are:
The only difference between my “Nutritional Assessment and Written Summary” is that I am offering two different packages that include:
- An hour and a half phone/skype/in-person consultation, OR ($249)
- Three half hour phone/skype/in-person consultation ($299)
I’ve structured these packages this way to verbally go over all the findings.
Visit the Nutritional Assessment and Written Summary page to learn more about how I work and how we can work together. If that all sounds like something you would like to take advantage of, email me and put in the subject line, “written summary and consultation” and I will email you back to start the process.
I Appreciate Your Effort To Improve Your Health and I Look Forward To Helping Your Do That.
(Nutritional recommendations and suggestions provided in consultations, or on any page of The Gout Killer website, are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Health and nutrition research continuously evolves. I do not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of any information presented in verbal or written form.)
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